6th April Task Answers
1. Do they wear suits to work?
2. He doesn’t say much.
3. When does she study?
4. She knows a lot about cooking.
5. We make dinner at the weekends.
6. I don’t leave work on time very often.
7. Does she meet her brother every week?
8. They find London’s weather cold.
9. Do we use the computer every day?
10. You don’t smoke.
11. Why do we always get into trouble?
12. What do they usually cook?
13. What do we need?
14. They don’t win at tennis.
15. What do they like to watch on TV?
16. I do my homework every night.
17. Why does she swim every morning?
18. You walk to the station every day.
19. Does he teach in a school?
20. He studies English at a night class.
Mum: Paul, take off your headphones. Why___________ to me? (not listen)
Right: aren't you listening / are you not listening
Paul: But I ___________ to you, mum. (listen)
Right: am listening
Mum: You never pay attention. You never know what I want from you.
Paul: I know exactly what you ___________me. (tell)
Right: are telling
Mum: OK. Once more. Auntie Sally___________ on Friday afternoon. (come)
Right: is coming
Paul: Auntie Sally? I hope she___________ till Sunday. (not stay)
Right: is not staying
Mum: She's leaving on Sunday evening. And don't be rude, Paul. You___________ that. (always say)
Right: are always saying
Paul: Why___________ on Friday? (auntie Sally - come)
Right: is auntie Sally coming
Mum: It's your birthday on Sunday. By the way, she___________ you a present at the moment. (buy)
Paul: My dear aunt Sally.
Right: is buying
Mum: Paul, you should behave yourself. You___________ like a fool. (act)
Right: are acting
Paul: I'm sorry, mum. I . (joke)
Right: am joking
Mum: Can you hear? Your phone ___________ . (ring)
Right: is ringing
Paul: Yes, I can. Who ___________ ? (call)
Right: is calling
Paul: Hello, auntie Sally. How___________ ? (do)
Right: are you doing
Auntie Sally: To tell the truth, I ___________ well right now. (not feel) But I'll be all right till Friday.
Right: am not feeling
Paul: I hope so. We___________ forward to you so much. (look)
Right: are looking
Bill wrote this letter to Mary:
We've talked on the phone and in my apartment, and now I'm writing this letter. Maybe if I put my thoughts and feelings in writing, you'll understand them better.
I love you. I want to marry you. I want to be with you for the rest of my life. You are the most wonderful woman I have ever met. You are not a "load." You are not a "troublemaker."
Yes, you have problems. So do I. And together, we can solve these problems more easily than if we were apart. Problems are a part of life. But so is happiness. Let's share our problems and happiness instead of experiencing them alone.
We are not a bad "fit." We are a perfect match. I do not look down on you. I look up to you. I admire you. I think you are smart, brave, and independent. Don't tell me to go find another woman. I don't want another woman. I have found the perfect woman.
Every day, I think about your beautiful smile, your happy laugh. I think about the long walks we used to take, holding hands all the way. Remember how we used to sit on the grass in the park and watch the parrots?
We were going to get married, and now you want to be "just friends." Whatever I did or said that was wrong, please tell me so we can work this out. I don't want to lose you.